No progress in Brexit talks – “Time is running out”

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The government in London has set a deadline until the end of the year to negotiate a contract for relations with the EU.

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Brussels Talks about future relations between Britain and the European Union are stuck. EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier accused the British side after the second week of talks on Friday not to move despite the tight schedule. Time is running out, he warned. You have until June to extend the transition phase.

A British statement mentioned “extensive and constructive” talks. However, only limited progress has been made in overcoming disagreements. The EU raised demands from Great Britain that had not been asserted against other trading partners.



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